MGM in November

MGM Home Entertainment have revealed their November Region 2 releases that include the return of Bond in boxset form, a few westerns, and an Australian Wildlife maniac on the loose!

The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course will be released on November 18th with an RRP of £19.99 and comes with the following features...

    • Setting The Scene With A Killer Croc
    • Lights, Camera, Croc Attack!
    • Dicing With Danger
    • Up The Creek With A Croc
    • Snakesational Action
    • The Deadliest Snake In The World
  • "Croc Track" - Subtitle Trivia Track
  • Photo Gallery
The 007 DVD Box Set will be available from November 4th with an RRP of £199.99. Containing all 19 Bond movies in a steel box, embossed with the 007 gun logo, it opens to reveal the classic 007 logo across the spines of the collected DVDs. You will also find another disc (taking the total up to 20) that features explosive footage, trailers and behind the scenes material from the new 007 film Die Another Day before it is released at cinemas in November.

From the same day (November 4th) you will also find a new 'Buy One Get One Free' promotion running in stores for the separate Bond DVDs, meaning you get two Bond titles for the RRP of just one, which is £19.99.

We should also point out that the PR mentions the DVD release for Die Another Day will happen in Spring 2003.

Stargate SG-1 Season Two DVD Box Set will be released on November 25th with an RRP of £59.99. This 6-disc boxset contains all 22-episodes presented in Anamorphic Widescreen.

Available from November 25th is a trio of westerns retailing at just £12.99 each. We only have the titles for you, and they are - Apache, The Hallelujah Trail, and Breakheart Pass.

Also retailing at just £12.99 each but arriving on the earlier date of November 11th is a trio of eighties titles - Mannequin, Class and Something Wild.

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